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Just Keep on Walking: Philippine Travel Stories

Just keep on walking. We often encounter this line, made more recognizable by that whiskey brand. Brad Pitt’s character in World War Z perfectly explains why there’s a need to keep on walking — “movement is life.” And in a world where no man is an island, or in the avalanche of complicated status in social media, the message in Last of the Mohicans still rings clearly in our ears: “You’re strong! You survive! You stay alive, no matter what occurs! I will find you! No matter how long it takes, no matter how far. I will find you.” Continue reading Just Keep on Walking: Philippine Travel Stories

Photo of the Day: Conquest

When was the last time you’ve gone through hell and back, chasing something which you’ve sought for the longest time and worked so hard to achieve? When was the last time when you’ve conquered your dragon? Do you remember the feeling? Yes, you can. But can you explain it to us? No, you can’t. Not even G.R.R. Martin or J.K. Rowling, in our humble opinion, can explain the feeling. You’re better off capturing the moment, the emotions, in a photograph. The background heights of Nagsasa Cove, even farther than Anawangin Cove of Zambales, was the dragon to be conquered by @carlos_sapatero. Those tightly clenched fists at the end of those fully outstretched arms, supported by knees that pay tribute to the very ground conquered by sweat, is something you’ll see in someone with pure passion. It’s the passion you’ll find in an etrepreneur, a craftsman, an engineer, an adventurer and a whiskey lover, all rolled into one, @carlos_sapatero. It’s the kind of passion that we aspire for in this one-way rough road called life. It’s the kind of passion we rightly expect from others. Nothing less. Click the photo to enlarge: Continue reading Photo of the Day: Conquest